I was in a public place (I'll keep the details non-specific as to location of individual here) when an individual got ticked off from traffic (not from me as I was parked), started yelling obscenities, and then pulled next to me. My passenger, unaware of the previous altercation, thought the individual was yelling at them. Asked them to stop freaking out (this person was parked next to us yelling loudly). I get out to check clearance for a medical issue (person parked very close to our vehicle and we require a certain clearance awarded via disabled parking spots) and individual started yelling at me. I tell him he really needs to calm down to which he replies that he is going to blow my bubbleguming head off. I say again, you need to calm down. To cut to the chase individual opens their door, picks up concealed pistol case from inside of door, and states that if I want they can "lay me down". I say it's illegal to threaten someone with a gun. They again utter that phrase and tell me to "shut the %$$$ up" and that they have another gun on them. I ask if they were a CCW permit holder, they said yes. I have the license plate number, incident report with the place it occurred at, a witness, and can identify the individual. What are the legal ramifications of threatening someone, especially someone a) unarmed b) not posing a threat and c) in a public area, with a concealed weapon? I was under the impression that you couldn't allude to the concealed weapon unless your life was in immediate danger (or even allude to it at all until it's pulled out?). I'm contemplating filing a police report because this use of a concealed weapon seriously appalls me. I in no way provoked the individual nor did I do any gesture that could be construed as threatening. I know I'm new here, which is why it's a coincidence that as I'm researching CCW laws in WA state this happens to me. Thanks guys for the help!